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package org.apache.cayenne.modeler.dialog.datamap;
import  org.scopemvc.core.Control;
import  org.scopemvc.core.ControlException;
import  org.scopemvc.view.swing.SPanel;

Andrei Adamchik
    public static final String ALL_CONTROL = "";
    public static final String UNINIT_CONTROL = "";
    public SuperclassUpdateController(ProjectController mediatorDataMap dataMap) {

Creates and runs superclass update dialog.
    public void startup() {
        SPanel view = new DefaultsPreferencesDialog();
        view.setTitle("Update DataObjects Superclass");
    protected void doHandleControl(Control controlthrows ControlException {
        if (control.matchesID()) {
        else {
    protected void updateSuperclass() {
        boolean doAll = ((DefaultsPreferencesModelgetModel()).isAllEntities();
        String defaultSuperclass = .getDefaultSuperclass();
        Iterator it = .getObjEntities().iterator();
        while (it.hasNext()) {
            ObjEntity entity = (;
            if (doAll || Util.isEmptyString(entity.getSuperClassName())) {
                if (!Util.nullSafeEquals(defaultSuperclassentity.getSuperClassName())) {
                    // any way to batch events, a big change will flood the app with
                    // entity events..?
                    .fireDbEntityEvent(new EntityEvent(thisentity));
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